Legal Scholarship
 

Abstract

[Excerpt] Full-time law school takes three years and culminates in the Juris Doctor. A J.D. from a school accredited by the American Bar Association qualifies a person to take the bar exam in any state. As mentioned above, college graduates need not pursue any particular line of study to be accepted into law school. At the University of New Hampshire School of Law, for example, over a third of our students have degrees in engineering or science, and many have had extensive experience or advanced degrees, including M.D.s and Ph.Ds. -- the last being particularly helpful for biotechnology patent careers.

Publication Date

1-1-2015

Publisher

University of New Hampshire School of Law's Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property

Document Type

Article

Rights

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Additional Information

This series began by Professor Field in the 1970s in print booklets continued as web pages and were last updated in 2015.

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